YGAM are aware of the above consultation that was launched today by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, The Rt Hon Karen Bradley MP, Tracey Crouch MP, and Lord Ashton of Hyde. YGAM’s board of Trustees will be talking with our wide range of stakeholders and we will potentially submit a response, which we will publish on our website.
Click Here for details of the consultation.
YGAM does not seek to influence the way that gambling is regulated in Great Britain; we believe that is a function of the regulator, the UK Gambling Commission. As an official charity, registered with the UK Charity Commission, YGAM relies on voluntary funding in order to fulfil its social purpose. We actively seek funding from parties who share our concerns and our ambitions, including charitable trusts & foundations, the gambling industry and private individuals. YGAM also secures income from the selling of delegate places on our education workshops, which are marketed principally to the education, third and health sectors, Local Authorities and Central Government. YGAM are proud to work with all our stakeholders including the gambling industry.